LAHORE - Star batsman Mohammad Yousuf will meet Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ijaz Butt today, when the former returns from his fence mending mission from Indian. Reports suggested that Yousuf will be given a go-ahead to join the Pakistani squad. According to reports, no ICL cricketer except Mohammad Yousuf has contacted the board for the completion of requisite process for joining the national team. Yousuf will meet the PCB chairman after Butt's return from India. Yousuf is expected to present Butt the papers of his withdrawal from the ICL. He would as the reports say also discuss his exclusion from the domestic 20:20 Cup. He has not been considered for the National Twenty20 Championship even though other ICL players were selected in their regional teams for the tournament starting in Lahore from Monday. There was no mention of Yousuf in either of the 13 teams announced for the tournament which is being held ahead of the ICC Twenty20 World Cup to allow the selected players gain valuable practice for the mega event. Before joining the ICL last year, Yousuf had played for Lahore in the national domestic events including the T20 competition. But this time the regional selectors have completely overlooked him although other ICL players like Imran Nazir, Imran Farhat, Abdul Razzaq, Naved Latif, Hasan Raza will all be representing their respective regional teams. Farhat and Razzak will play for the Lahore Lions team led by Pakistan wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal. There was no word on why Yousuf was ignored for the tournament although sources close to the Lahore team said he was busy with his religious activities. Yousuf is the only Pakistani player to have announced his resignation from the Indian Cricket League to make himself available for national selection. The Pakistan Cricket Board had made it clear that ICL players can be considered for the national team once again only if they break their ties with the ICL by May 31st. But sources close to Yousuf say that the senior batsman with 79 Test and 269 One-day caps has been assured of a comeback in the upcoming tour of Sri Lanka from June 27. Pakistan plays three Tests, five One-Day Internationals and a Twenty20 match in Sri Lanka their first proper Test series since late 2007. Yousuf himself has expressed his desire to play for his country again and made it clear he would not be going back to the ICL ranks ever again. The board has made it mandatory for all the Pakistani players to play in the T20 competition which is one of the biggest attractions on the domestic circuit.